Mar 11, 2020
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Next-Gen Intel Xe GPUs Could Utilize TSMC’s 6nm and 3nm Nodes

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Recently, news dropped from a Taiwanese publication stating that the next-gen Intel Xe GPUs plan to utilize TMSC’s 6nm and 3nm process. This decision became crucial after the release of their Intel Xe DG1 graphics card. This massive architecture jump will most likely take place in 2021 with the next-gen Intel Xe GPUs.

While Intel has suffered from the production of 10nm and 14nm, this may be a game-changer for the company. This is not the first time Intel and TMSC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) have worked together. If we rewind back to 2014, both companies worked as a tag team on the Intel’s Sofia series mobile processors.

Before the company takes the jump, Intel’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO), George Davis made a public statement regarding the lack of capacity for the 14nm process. He said that the company will increase its production for the 14nm and make for the lack of capacity issue in 2020. Moving on, 2021 seems to…



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